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Advantium 30 in. Electric Wall Oven with Speed Cook and Convection in Stainless Steel
  • GE Profile
  • Model PSB9120SFSS
  • Internet # 204633804

Advantium 30 in. Electric Wall Oven with Speed Cook and Convection in Stainless Steel

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Profile Advantium 30 in. Single Electric Wall Oven with Convection in Stainless Steel

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Name 1.4 cu. ft. Built-In Microwave in Stainless Steel Profile Advantium 30 in. Single Electric Wall Oven with Convection in Stainless Steel Advantium 30 in. Electric Wall Oven with Speed Cook and Convection in Stainless Steel
Brand KitchenAid GE GE Profile
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The GE Profile Advantium 30 in. Electric Single Wall Oven is a 4-in-1 product that offers Speedcook, convection, microwave and warming and proofing operation. This wall oven features a 500-Watt halogen bulb and 2 ceramic heaters to help ensure that food is cooked quickly and evenly. Its turn-and-press selector dial and push-pad controls offer preset cooking cycles for over 175 popular recipes.

  • Speedcook cycles eliminate the need to preheat for time-saving operation and cooks the outside of foods while penetrating the surface to cook the inside for fast, even cooking
  • Pre-programmed settings provide quick selection to cook over 175 preset recipes
  • 1.7 cu. ft. oven capacity offers space for cooking many of your favorite dishes
  • One 500-Watt halogen bulb and one 700-Watt ceramic heater cook food from above
  • One 375-Watt ceramic heater cooks food from below
  • Rear convection heating element operates when using bake
  • Turn-and-press selector dial and push-pad controls for easy operation
  • Control lockout helps to prevent accidental use for safety
  • Warming feature helps to keep hot, cooked foods at the proper serving temperature
  • Proofing feature automatically sets the optimal temperature for rising yeast-leavened products
  • Microwave feature adds an automatic boost to cook certain foods and allows the oven to function as a 975-watt microwave oven
  • 16 in. turntable rotates to help ensure even cooking and allows complete rotation of a 9 in. x 13 in. casserole dish
  • Product available for home delivery only. Installation is not offered at time of delivery; check with your local The Home Depot store for installation options

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Hi due to lightning my GE advantium 120 is totally gone. I need to replace with the exact dimensions with a new one.

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Can u recommend a newer version with the exact size??
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Hello Ritz, This is Joyce from GE Appliances. We are sorry to hear your Advantium was struck by lightning. The replacement model is PSB9120SFSS. Please see the following link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-Profile-Advantium-30-in-Electric-Wall-Oven-with-Speed-Cook-and-Convection-in-Stainless-Steel-PSB9120SFSS/204633804?keyword=psb9120sfss Thanks so much for checking with us. Have a good day!
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How do I choose between PSB1201NSS and PSB2201NSS? what is the difference?

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Hi Susan,
Thanks for contacting us! This is Alison with GE. I am happy to help.
GE Advantium ovens come in two voltages:
Advantium 240-volt oven (PSB2201NSS)
Bakes, broils, browns, roasts, microwaves and grills up to eight times faster than a conventional oven—with no preheating required. This oven requires a 240-volt, 30-amp dedicated line.
Advantium 120-volt oven (PSB1201NSS)
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Hi Susan,
Thanks for contacting us! This is Alison with GE. I am happy to help.
GE Advantium ovens come in two voltages:
Advantium 240-volt oven (PSB2201NSS)
Bakes, broils, browns, roasts, microwaves and grills up to eight times faster than a conventional oven—with no preheating required. This oven requires a 240-volt, 30-amp dedicated line.
Advantium 120-volt oven (PSB1201NSS)
This unit offers oven-quality food up to four times faster than a conventional oven—with no preheating required. This oven requires a standard 120-volt, 15-amp power outlet.
I recommend you select the oven that is compatible with the voltage you currently have in your home. Otherwise you will need to change your electrical supply to accommodate your choice.
I hope this information is helpful.
Thanks for checking with us.
Alison at GE
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What are the dimensions of the interior actual cooking space of the oven?

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Hello Joyce,
Thank you for your interest in the GE Profile Advantium 30 in. Electric Convection Single Wall Oven in Stainless Steel Model # PSB1201NSS.
The total capacity is 1.7 cubic feet inside. Following are the cavity dimensions.
Width: 20-1/16"
Height: 8-1/2"
Depth: 17"
I hope this is helpful This is a beautiful model!
Donna with GE
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what are the dimensions of the oven?

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Hello Sid,
Thank you for your inquiry on the GE Profile Advantium Electric Convection Single Wall Oven in Stainless Steel Model # PSB1201NSS. This is Donna with GE and I am happy to help.
This Advantium requires a 30" cabinet. Following are the dimensions.
Overall Depth: 21.5"
Overall Height: 29.75"
Overall Width: 29.75"
This is a beautiful oven. Thank you for considering GE!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This combination microwave convection oven is terriffic. We've had microwaves before but never like this. The combination convection allows you to cook many food items quickly but the final result is food items taste really good and look like they were cooked in a conventional oven. March 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This oven has amazing cook time and features. The Advantium is amazing and my list of adjectives is long so I will cut this short. This oven is very fast and the food is cooked through and taste very good. The first time I grilled raw chicken breast I could not believe it was done and had to make sure by cutting it to look inside. They were large breast that I had sliced to make 2 from one...I think they cooked in 3 min and were so juicy. I have tried my own recipes with the help of the cook book that came along with the oven and I am very pleased with the results.....my mac and cheese is amazing.There is no pre-heating which saves time. The cookies and home made biscuits cook to perfection! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] October 14, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Looked good, ran great for 1.5 yrs I'm kind of glad I'm not the only one but also angry at the same time. This oven worked great and we used it more than our oven. It did miracle type cooking and we thought we had state of the art. Until just a few months ago it was possessed. It would turn to cooking options and beeping all by itself with no one touching it. Then just about a week ago, closing the door the light stayed on and indicated close door. Shutting the power and back on none of the buttons work and it tells you to set clock. Can't do a thing with it. As the other reviewer said, it's a good thing it was put on its own breaker. We purchased other GE applicances throughout our kitchen. I'm no petrified to try to get it fixed. Refrigerator has defects too. I can't wait to see what else happens....yes i can. Don't waste your money. Wonder why it's discontinued? March 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No problems, just good cooked food I have used the microwave and speed-cook features so far. There is still the convection oven and bake modes, but I don't expect to disappointed with them. It is 120V, so if you are a chef or in a real hurry to eat, you might want to go to the 220V model. However, I put mine under a gas cook-top, so It is not recommended to have that much heat rising under the gas-cook top. The microwave and speed-cook do not have any problems and are nearly as fast as a 220V model. Every one has their own preferences though, so make yourself happy, because you don't buy a Great Oven everyday, at least I don't. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] July 11, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Just give me the money you're planning to spend. I was trying to cook dinner and poof, it wouldn't work anymore! I can see the part that needs to be replaced. It looks like a cylinder light, that has burned out. I'm sure it's not that, but that's what it looks like. As soon as it went out, barely out of warranty, it switched to demo mode and won't operate until the part is replaced. I spent enough money on this. Why invest more? I definitely didn't get my money's worth. February 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Garbage I don't know who writes these reviews, but this oven was a piece of junk. The new house we moved into had this oven in the kitchen when we moved in. The first one stopped working after three weeks. That unit was replaced on Oct 10, 2013. Today (Oct 17, 2014) the replacement unit died. Seven days out of warranty. They want $90 to send a repair person out, plus parts & labor - whatever that amounts to. Feel free to not believe this review, but don't feel sorry for yourself when it stops working. October 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by All I need! This wall oven gives me everything I need for cooking in one appliance. Doesn't take that much space. Oven and microwave combination keeps my counter clear of big appliances which gives me more room for preparing meals. November 25, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the money We actually requested the installation of this Advantium oven when we moved into our new house in July 2013 because we had an older version in our previous home that we were very pleased with. Additionally, we have always used GE Profile appliances in our homes because they looked nice and they worked well. However, I have to totally agree with the previous posters, "Notmyownname" and "Youpaidmore" that although this new model Advantium oven looks nice, it’s surprisingly a piece of junk! After just 6 months of use, the display went out on this Advantium oven and the digitron (the display circuit board) was replaced under warranty. Now, here we are, 13 months later and the digitron has gone bad once again, hence no more display on the unit and furthermore it will not shut itself off when the door is closed. Thankfully, we put this Advantium oven on its own breaker, which is currently turned off so the Advantium oven will shut off. We ponied up the $90.00 to have a service tech come out to take a look at it. He diagnosed the problems to the tune of $756.98 to repair! That includes the two service techs needed to pull the oven out, a new relay circuit board (so the unit stops running on its own) and another digitron. When I purchased this oven I never expected to sink this much money back into a product that is only 11/2 years old. I think our family is done with GE products. Those of you looking to buy this Advantium oven, I say, “Save your money and look elsewhere!” February 11, 2015
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